High school students may soon take courses in ethnic studies, after the Marin County Office of Education approved a resolution affirming the value of the curriculum last week. The resolution is nonbinding, but local schools often model their instruction on the office’s recommendations. The curriculum aims to illuminate the untold struggles and contributions of Native, African, Latino and . . .

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